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See eye doctor: Certain types of color blindness are hereditary, whereas certain eye conditions may cause color misperceptions. You should be evaluated by an eye care professional to determine if there is an underlying disease that requires treatment. If none, then your doctor can give you information on coping strategies to deal with your visual deficits. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Sharing THC: If its only sharing the thc he is probably not cheating unless there is something else going on. More importantly doing thc is not good. Studies have shown permanent damage to brain neurones, permanent reduction in iq, inability to think correctly etc... This I feel is the biggest problem. Its also well know that people who use illicit substances tend to have sexual relationships as well. ...Read more
What is the ideal workout what workout would be most effective and would make me shade the most weight?
Calisthenics is a form of exercise where you use the weight of your own body to build muscle. You do NOT need a gym membership or expensive equipment to lose weight or build the muscle definition that you’ve always wanted.
Proper calisthenics training will promote the growth of lean muscle mass, and increase your strength, mobility, flexibility, agility, and endurance. ...Read more
How can I make my coock big. And long time I do sex with my wife, I live in saudia, ther ar have any mabecen?
I do not know your age, it your penis, and how big it gets, is simply a factor of what you were born with. They come in all sorts of sizes, length and girth vary from one man to another. There is no medicine or trick to making your penis larger.
But size is really less important than what you do during sex to please your wife. Ask her how you can please her...It does not require a big penis. ...Read more
Everytime I lay on my left side to read, I develop a shadow in the center of my vision. Lasts for a few minutes. Only symptom. What would cause this?
Difficult to tell: Without seeing the xray. An xray "shadow" could be anything from normal to infection to something more concerning. As they say, "A picture is worth 1000 words". If you have a copy of your x-ray on CD I can provide you with an explanation at HealthTap Concierge @ healthtap. Com/saurbornmd ...Read more
Zirconia crowns: BruxZir Anterior restorations exceed the ISO strength requirements for cemented all-ceramic restorations and are ideal for anterior and premolar cases. Indications include single-unit crowns and 3-unit bridges with one pontic. Prep requirements are more conservative than competitors in its class with only 0.8 mm of reduction required though 1.25 mm is ideal. ...Read more
Kidney shadow: You need to ask the physician (p) who ordered the test this question. I do not know what test was ordered or why it ordered. Speak to the p who ordered the test for an answer to your question as the p knows the patient the best and can give a meaningful differential diagnosis. ...Read more
Simple vs serious: Our bodies always have things that grow and change. Skin, fat, muscle, lymph nodes, bones, can change shape, get larger, more prominent due to many factors. The vast majority are not cancer but simply unusual growths like fatty tumors, cysts, skin tags, moles, etc. Most cause no symptoms and can be watched. If they cause symptoms or change colors, bleed, bruise or hurt, then see your doctor. ...Read more
Many causes: There are many causes for a "shadow" on your x-ray. Does the report give some more explanation? If not, your doctor can help fill in the gap. Sorry, without seeing the image on a dedicated viewing monitor, I cannot render an opinion. ...Read more
Transitions: My personal favorite is transitions xtraactive which is one of the few photochromic lenses to actually darken in the car. Most lenses that darken automatically are activated by ultraviolet light and need to be directly expsed to uv light in order to activate/darken. The transition xtraactive lenses have a slight tint indoors but will darken in the car as well as outdoors. ...Read more
Floaters?: Sounds like your describing a floater. Could be a problem. I'd see your ophthalmologist for a dilated exam to rule out retinal tears or detachments. ...Read more
Pregnancy: Absence of period for two months time is preganancy until proven otherwise ...Read more
Floaters: It sounds as if you have had a posterior vitreous detachment. This is a situation where the vitreous (jelly) of the eye detaches (not a retinal detachment), it then "crumples" up leaving dots, spots, strands of blurry vitreous; i.e. The "floater". You should have an exam to ensure the incident did not tear the retina, which could lead to a retinal detachment. Wait one year then consider surgery. ...Read more
Usually that is: From an astigmatism (non-eye-dr-word = "warp") in the surface of the cornea. Whether or not and when you see that effect depends on how the cornea is shaped. Some Eye Dr's offices now have a computer-aided topographical mapping device, so can "see" the image of the cornea and any irregularities like a map. ...Read more
Would med schools rather see a perfect gpa, or a lower gpa with a ton on volunteer, shadowing, and clinical hours?
GPA: While all of those other things you mentioned are important, gpa is paramount. ...Read more
I had a mammogram that needed further testing. When I went back in the lady circled nine little shadows but didn't tell me anything.?
You need to ask!: Usually mammographers give you good advice right away, but sometimes they just report to the doctor who ordered the test. In any event, if you want to know a test result, you ought to ask! ...Read more
Is a healthy oropharynx perfectly smooth and pink, or can it have a slightly bumpy surface, with different shades of pink and small capillaries?
Not usually: Can be sign of allergies what made you look anyway?! Is it bothersome? ...Read more
Seeing black shadows, blobs and people that no one else sees. Been happening since I was little. Can you please give me some advice on what to do?
Hallucination: It seems you are having visual hallucinations. Therefore you should seek professional help from a psychiatrist. ...Read more
Rentgen of sella turcica was comented like this: there is prononced shadowing (darkness) in sella turcica (Fosa hypophisalis). What does this mean?
I have no idea: Hi. Unfortunately, X-rays of the sella are next to worthless. All we do to investigate the pituitary anatomically is high resolution thin cut MRI with gadolinium. What is the clinical condition that made your doc try to look at the pituitary with X-ray? I hope that if there is real concern over pituitary function or question of tumor, you get an MRI. Good luck! ...Read more
My son is two going on three weeks old when can he go sit outside on the porch in the shade. Someone mention colic to me so I don't know what's safe fo?
Careful w exposure: There's no magic age. You need to be careful about exposure: no direct sunlight because he can burn easily; no direct contact with people with colds or unwashed hands; no overheating because of risk of dehydration. Colic isn't really relevant. Not contagious & he'll develop it or he won't (usually by around 6 weeks). Congratulations and good luck. It's an adventure! ...Read more